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Automatic activity, defined, 22.
Automatization, 18, 22.
Ayer, F. C, 49.
Ayers, L. P., 33, 131.

Barnes, E., 66.
Binet, A., 145, 178.
Biography, 144.
Bourne, H. E., 160.

Caldwell, O. W., 263.
Cardinal number, 187.
Cardinal points, 165, 167/., 176.
Causes in science, 251 /.
Chinnappa, S. P., 47.
Clark, A. B., 66.
Cleveland, spelling in, 125, 128/.
Conant, L. L., 186.
Concept, 241 /., 254.



Concrete experience, 150, 173,

191, 217, 224, 234, 260.
Congdon, C. H., 105, 114.
Copy in handwriting, 24.
Cornman, O. P., 124, 131.
Counting, 182.
Courtis, S. A., 234, 237. *
Cowling, D. J., 66.

Dancing, 107.

Dearborn, W. F., 93, 97.

Decimal system, 189, 193, 207.

Deduction, 258.

Definitions, child's early, 5i42.

Dewey, J., 238.

Diacritical marks, 80.

Diagramming, 48.

Diffusion in learning, 13.

Digits, 186.

Discrimination, 57, 64, 112.

Division, 201 /.

Double images, 55.

Drawing, analysis of, 34/., 42/.

Drill, 68, 78, 96, 122/., 200.

Eikenberry, W. L., 263.

Equation, 213/.

Euclid, 223.

Excursions, 177.

Experimentation, 249/.

Eye adjustments in writing, 10.

Eye movements in reading, 82.

Farnsworth, C. H., 114.
Feebleminded child, 65.
Form of letters in writing, 20, 24/.
Fractions, 205 /.
Freeman, 25, 33, 237.
Fundamental and accessory
movements, 29.



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INDEX



Fundamental movement, de-
6ned, 30.

Fundamental operations in arith-
metic, 194, 201 /.

General ideas, 37.

Generalization, 227 /., 245, 255;
deBned, 240.

Geography, physical and com-
mercial, 161 /.

Geometry, 222/,

Globes, 171 /.

Good form in learning, 26.

Grouping in number, 187, 189 /.,
193 /., 205 /., 208.

Habit, 6, 28.
Hall, G. Stanley, 63, 66.
Halleck, R. P., 62, 66.
Handwriting, speed, 19, 26.
Handwriting and spelling, 115,

118.
Handwriting movement, 7, 25.
Harmony, musical, 109/.
Hicks, Warren E., 125.
Historical development, grasp

of, 157.
Historical sense, 153 ff.
Home geography, 173 Jf .
Huey, E. B., 75/., 97.

Illusion, defined, 54.
Imagination, 132 jf., 140, 161/.;

defined, 133, 140.
Incidental method, 78, 122.
Individual differences, 32, 60,

110, 112/., 137.
Induction, 253.
Inhibition, 13.

Inner speech in reading, 85 /.
Intervals in pitch, recognition

of, 100.

Jenkins, F., 97.
Jones, W. F., 131.
Judd, Charles H., 33, 66. 77, 97,
178, 194, 237.

Keys, musical, 103/.
Kirkpatrick, E. A., 57.



Language, 135, 140, 243.
Lloyd, Sam, 215.
Lukens, H. T., 66.

McClellan, J. A., 238.
Maps, 171 /.
Meanings, 22. 58, 67 /. '
Measurement, 195, 222/.
Mechanical drawing, 48.
Melody, 100/.
Memorizing, 115, 134, 138.
Monroe, W. S., 238.
Motor coordination, 15.
Multiplication, 201/., 220/.
Myers, G. W., 220.

Names, 243.

Natural science, 162, 239/,
Negative numbers, 218.
Neighborhood history, 152/.
Neptune, discovery of, 257.
Notation, musical, 101, 104, 108.
Notation, number, 190, 207.
Number, 149 /., 179 /., 251.
Number names, 182/., 186.

Object in perception, 55.
Object teaching, 40.
Observation, 59, 249 /.
One-to-one correspondence, 183.
Oral expression, 70.
Oral reading, 86 /.
Ordinal number, 187.
Orientation, 163/.; defined, 164.

Percentage, 207.
Perception, 51/., 116.
Perceptual learning, 36/.
Perspective, 43.

Philadelphia, spelling in, 124 /.
Phonetics, 73/., 79, 119/.
Picture writing, 75.
Posture in writing, 11.
Practice periods, 33.
Presentation, method of, 129 /.
Preyer, S. 243.

Principles, general, 241 /., 260.
Problem solving, 229/., 252,
Pronation, 9,



INDEX



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Proof. 228 /.

Pythagorean theorem, 225 f.

Quality in handwriting, 26.
Quantity, 185.

Ratio, 204 /., 213.
Reading efficiency, 89 ff.
Reading and spelling, 118.
Repetition in learning, 17, 126.
Rhythm, 16, 18, 106/.
Rice, J. M., 123/., 131,
Rowe, S. H., 33.

Sargent, Walter, 45, 66.
Scale, musical, 101 /.
Scope of attention, 188 /.
Seashore, C. E., 112/., 114.
Selection in learning, 12.
Sensation, 51, 134.
Sense training, 61 ff.
Sensori-motor activity, 6.
Sensori-motor coordination, 8,

15.
Sensory defects, 64.
Sentence reading, 73, 84.
Silent reading, 86 ff.
Singing by ear, 98 /.
Slant in writing, 9.
Smith, D. E., 210, 238.
Sound localization, 56.
Sources in history, study of,

158/.



Spatial imagination, 153, 169 /.

Spelling in reading, 81.

Spencer, H., 238.

Stimulus, 6.

Subtraction, 201/., 218/.

Suggestibility, 59.

Suzzalo, H., 131.

Symbolism in early drawing, 47.

Symbols, 75, 182/., 196, 211/.

Taylor, I., 77.

Temporal imagination, 145/.

Thorndike, E. L., 33.

Time sense, 146.

Tolerance, attitude of, 155/.

Tone quality. 111.

Transfer of training, 128.

Trial and success (trial and error)

method, defined, 17.
Types, mental, 60.

Uniformity in writing, 20.

Unit, 184/., 190.
Uranus, planet of, 257.

Waldo, K. D., 90, 96, 97.
Wallin, J. E. W., 124/., 131.
Whitehouse, W. A., 26, 33.
Word learning, 71.

Young, J. W. A., 238.

Zook, S. A., 127.








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